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Since I’ve started having sex (in the 1800s), I’ve experienced plenty of orgasms — some high, some low, others too blurry to remember. Obviously, I did plenty of research on the topic and after months of study, I’ve come up with a theory: HIV-positive people have the best orgasms. Let me explain: Let’s start with the complexities of our own bodies. Each time we have one, our brain gives us a dopamine spike (i.e. In fact, one study by the Kinsey Institute showed that college students who masturbated frequently also had intercourse more frequently.
Through it all, I’ve often wondered about the orgasm: What makes it so special? Still, having sex is different from having an orgasm.
Even though you have just been lucky so far, this isn’t something to rely on for the future.
Now you know your partner’s HIV status you can still stay together and have sex safely.
I never went for a test until three years later in 2012.
Automatically assuming I would be infected already we continued to have unsafe sex.
If we want to end Aids‚ we need to recapture the urgency this issue deserves – and redouble our efforts to reach every child and every adolescent‚” says Unicef executive director Anthony Lake.Unicef noted that “remarkable progress” has been made in preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV.Globally‚ 1.6 million new infections among children were averted between 20‚ it says.And for HIV-positive people, emotional and mental clarity is a daily ritual. HIV-positive people who undergo antiretroviral therapy and are undetectable have the freedom of knowing they are untransmittable.Having an undetectable viral load means you are not of transmitting the virus to your partners, therefore sex no longer comes with mental, emotional, or physical barriers relating to HIV.